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The Boston Globe is a leading U.S. metro newspaper and the oldest and largest daily in Boston. The Globe is owned by Boston billionaire John Henry, who bought it in 2013. It is renowned in particular for its sports journalism, and in the early 2000s, the paper played a key role in exposing the sexual abuse scandal among…

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Justin Ellis    Sept. 23, 2013
61Fresh is the latest experiment from Globe Lab, the paper’s R&D department, to find ways to harness social signals to see what readers are talking about.
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Caroline O'Donovan    Sept. 16, 2013
At an event at MIT, a group of old Phoenix hands mourned the alt weekly and considered what broader implications its demise might have.
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Ken Doctor    Sept. 12, 2013
A new generation of owners promises their newspapers the financial room to build a long-term strategy. Given how bad the numbers look so far in 2013, they’ll need it.
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Ken Doctor    Sept. 5, 2013
Sports used to rely on the media for publicity. Now it’s the leagues and teams with the power. How can sports journalism respond?
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Mark Coddington    Aug. 9, 2013
Plus: John Henry buys The Boston Globe, AOL’s Patch cuts, and the rest of the week’s news in journalism and the web.
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Ken Doctor    Aug. 3, 2013
The Red Sox owner will have to figure out why — despite making what seem like a lot of the right moves — the Globe is underperforming its peers.
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Ken Doctor    Aug. 1, 2013
The Times Co.’s new financial results show a company that’s hit one digital plateau and is reaching for the next one — and hoping it can do so faster than print can fade.
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Ken Doctor    July 18, 2013
What are the key storylines the American newspaper business will be following — or living through — over the rest of this year?